The New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) stakeholders and supporters in Kano remain peace-loving citizens and patriotic as they go about their peaceful campaign rallies across the State contrary to the latest lies and smearing information being propagated against the party by the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC).
We read in some quarters of the media the latest threat from the APC, accusing Kano our party, the NNPP of violence. This is little more than playing the victim card by the ruling party whose identity is synonymous to political thuggery and deadly violence against the unsuspecting members of the opposition parties in the State.
The new attempt by the APC to deceive the electorates into believing that they are peace-loving failed at a point of planning as it remains fresh in our minds how some ranking leaders of the party and serving political office holders of the frustrated party, APC, snatched ballot box at Gama collation centre of Nasarawa local government in 2019 gubernatorial election that impose Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje on the people.
The new grand plan by the APC to use their thugs and urchins to impersonate members of the NNPP and unleash violence on the people so that they can play victims is unthoughtful and sadistic as the masses contend with current economic hardship. This is how they think they can win the elections since they have lost popularity with Kano masses and elites. This tactics cannot save them from the imminent defeat at the polls in February and March 2023.
The NNPP is immune with peace and will continue to expose all the sinister plans of the APC towards manipulating 2023 elections as the coming poll is a typical referendum again eight years’s of bad governance of Governor Ganduje-led administration in Kano.
We are not surprised with this type of propaganda because APC have lost out already by compensating Nasiru Gawuna and Murtala Sule with the gubernatorial and deputy gubernatorial tickets for allegedly perpetrating illegal disruption of Gama collation centre in 2019. Evidence of the incidence has been viral at the public domain through social media.